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young son Paul in their country place.
Rose Hill Manor, on the Telegraph road.
Va.. will leave today for New York and
open her Summer place. Delmour Point.
City Island, for the remainder of the
Mrs. Drury will be the guest of honor
lit a luncheon Saturday, to be given by
the Women's Civic Association of New
York, in the Central Park Casino.
Mrs. Hoggatt Clopton and her son
in-law and daughter, Lieut. Comdr. and
Mrs. Leland Dotson Webb, will motor
to New York for the week end. Satur
day Mrs. Clopton end Mrs. Webb will
attend the Magna Charta Dames' lunch
eon, which will be given by Mrs. Fin
ley J. Shepard in her home, Lvndhurst,
at, Irvington-on-the-Hudson. N. Y.. to
observe the 717th anniversary of the
granting of the Magna Charta at Run
Mrs. Clopton had lunching with her
Tuesday at the Shorehr.m Hotel T "rs.
Queen Boardman of Los Angeles, Calif.,
who has been visiting here tor several
Miss May De Witt Hopkins of Paris
and Cannes, France, who has been at
the Shoreham for a few days, will re
turn today to Philadelphia. Miss Hop
kins was here to visit her cousins, Mrs.
George Ellery Crosby, formerly Miss
Daisy Gordon Stewart, and Mrs. Bertha
Ohr. She was accompanied by her
adopted son, Comte Armel de Kersaint
Gilly, for whom she is godmother. She
adopted him after the death of his par
ents. Miss Hopkins is the daughter of
the iate Mr. and Mrs William Alonzo
Hopkins of Paris and Dinard, and for
merly of Brattleboro. Vt. The late Mr.
Hopkins was the founder of the French
newspaper Le Matin.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Gambrill en
tertained at dinner last evening at
Olney Inn. in celebration of their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
Miss Eleanor Gambrill and Miss Vir
ginia Sturgis will sail July 1 for Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Quinn of 124
Webster street have as guests Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Van Wart of Bay Ridge.
Brooklyn. N. Y.. who were married in
that city Monday. Mrs. Van Wart was
Miss Kathleen Karrigan of Brooklyn.
Mr. Van Wart and Mr. Quinn served
together in the 82d Division, under
MaJ. Gen. Duncan.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans enter
tained at dinner last evening, at the
Shoreham. in compliment to Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Teague of Santa Paula.
Calif. Their other guests were the
Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs. Hyde.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Stone, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus
B Denman. Mr. S. H. Thompson and
Mr. Stanley Reed.
Miss Florence Worthington is the
guest for a couple of weeks of Mrs.
Samuel A. Kimberley, in her home on
O street. Miss Worthington, who is a
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. S
Worthington. Is giving up their old
home on Massachusetts avenue, and
after a few weeks will return to Europe
to make her home In Cannes, where
she has been for several years.
Mrs Burnett, wldorv of Col. John D
Burnett. TJ. S A. has taken an apart
ment at 24 South Jackson street, In
Ventnor, N. J.
Miss Elizabeth Howtv has returned
to Washington after spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fair
fax. In Virginia.
Mrs. Fuller L. Arrington will be host
ess at a bridge shower this evening In
compliment to Miss Helen Cripnen of
Herndon. Va.. whose marriage to Mr
Stanley B. Hanes, also of Herndon, will
take place this month.
Miss Reese Bride Last
Evening of Dr. Langdon.
Miss Margaret Douglas Reese, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller Reese
Assists at Party
MRS. HARRY K. DAUGHERTY,
Wife of the assistant solicitor cf the
Treasury and vice president of the
League of Republican Women, who will
assist at the benefit garden party to
morrow at the home of Senator and
Mrs. James J. Davis on Massachusetts
avenue. Mrs. Daugherty Is assisting in
place of Mrs. Frank W. Mondell, presi
dent of the league, who is ill.
' —Underwood Photo.
of Alexandria, Va., was married last
evening to Dr. John Langdon of Provi
dence. son of Mrs. Courtney Langdon
and the late Prof. Langdon of Provi
Fashions change in Wedding
Imitations and Announce
tnents just as they do in
bridal gowns. See the new ;
Brewood forms and consult
with us before ordering.
Engravers and. Printers
611 Ticelfth Street
WILL CLOSL OUT
The remaining stock of Spring Clothes
from the regular collections at still
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DRESSES. .from 18.00
COATS and SUITS... from 19.50
SPORTS WEAR.from io.50
all sales Anal
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]^OW choose from stunning Printed
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exquisite sheers . . . plain and prints!
About 175 in all——many with clever
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robe—at amazingly little cost!
dence. The ceremony was performed
in the home of the bride’s parents, the
Rev. Dr William A. brown, rector of
St John's Church in Portsmouth, Va.,
and uncle of the bride, officiating at
3:30 o'clock, in the presence of a small
The bride was given in marriage by
her father end wore a gown of white
satin fashioned on graceiul and simple
lines, with a long train. H r veil was
of lace, becomingly arranged, and she
carried bride roses and lilies of the
Miss Katharine Meredith Reese was
maid of honcr for her sister and had
a costume of pale pink chiffon and
carried pink roses. Mr. Henry G. L.
Langdon of Providence, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
Following an informal reception for
those who witnessed the ceremony. Dr.
and Mrs. Langdon started for a wedding
trip and will spend the Summer In New
ifampshire. They will be at home after
September 1 In Providence. Mrs.
Langdon is a graduate of Vassal- College
end will receive her masters degree in
June. Dr. Langdon is a graduate of
Harvard Medical School.
Among the cut-of-town guests were:
Mrs. Courtnev Langdcn of Providence,
R. I.; Mrs. Frank D. Warren of Plain
field, N. J ; Mrs. William Eaton of
Concord, Mass.; Mr. and Mm. A. G. B.
Steel and Mr Chauncey Langdon of
Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. James
Veech and Miss Agnes Veech of Louis
ville, Ky.: Miss Rutlf Griswold of
Hastings-on-Hudson. N. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Stabler of Manhasset.
Long Island: Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Rogers of Cambridge, Mass.; the Misses
Reere of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs.
J. Janney Shot maker and Mbs Clarice
Shoemaker of Sandy Spring. Md.: Mr.
Albert Moore Rerse of Morgantown,
W. Va.. and Mr. and Mrs. H. Maurice
Darling of N?w York City.
Invitations are out for the wedding
of Miss Florence Nightingale Oliver of
Duluth. Minn , and Mr. Eugene A.
Anderson of Atlanta, Ga„ which will
take place in the Takoma Park Seventh
Day Adventist Church Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock. ■
Miss Oliver is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Christian Oliver, who now re
side at Little Falls, Minn., and came
to Takoma Park to enter Washington
Missionary College in 1927 She and
Mr. Anderson, who then resided in Ta
koma Park with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E G Anderson, where he spent
his boyhood days, were students to
gether. and also were elected president
and cultural secretary, respectively, of
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1332-34 Connecticut Ave.
At Dupont Circle
Suites of 3 to 6 rooms
Rentals $90 to $225
A few furnished apartments
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Rentals include electricity, electric
refrigeration, eas. and parkins
facilities for auesti of tenants.
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the Students' Association of the school.
During last school term, just closed.
Miss Oliver was director of the depart
ment of nursing and health at the In
stitution. The ceremony will be per
formed by the Rev. P. M. Wilccx, editor
of the Review and Herald, the Seventh
day Adventist denominational organ.
Mr. Edgar Hamilton Funk has re
turned to Washington for a visit of sev
eral days with his sister, Mrs. H. O.
Reamy. in her home in Virginia, and
a week's visit with friends and rela
tives In Hagerstown, Md., where Mrs.
Reamy also was a guest for several
Miss B. R. Beirne entertained at din
ner last cvenihg at the Carlton, the
party numbering eight.
Mrs. R. Lee Taylor of Sperry ville, ac
companied by her son, Mr. George L.
Taylor, spent the week end with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert R. Taylor, of the Potomac Park
Apartments and attended the services
for the late Mrs. Nora Howard Henry.
Mrs. O. M. Corwin of Minneapolis.
Minn., is at the Carlton for several
1235 10th 8t. N.W. Met. Z06Z
Near Cor. 10th and N Sts. N.W.
Same Location 21 Years
days, accompanied by her two sons. Dr.
Warren C. Corwin of the Johns Hopkins
Hospital In Baltimore, and Mr. P. Dal
las Corwin of Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ptnn of 4211
Eighteenth street will receive at their
home Sunday evening, from 9 to 12
o’clock, in honor of their son Morton
The al fresco performances which
will be given tomorrow and Saturday
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coats and suits
were $18 and $25
Mostly misses’ sizes . . .
plain materials and tweeds
. . . dress and sport.
m r is
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C we have ever offered cut stemware.
Mem ware Goblets, tall sherbets, low sherbets.
Finger Bowls, F. B. Plates, Footed Tumblers (4 Sizes) $3 a Dozen
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